A vulnerable woman liberated at Freedom Center through Hand of Hope and its Partners, reports pastor Joyce Meyer.
The founder of Joyce Meyers Ministries and president of Hand of Hope, the mission arm of Joyce Meyers Ministries, has disclosed how Hand of Hope saved a woman vulnerable to drug abuse. Meyer reported in an Instagram post that a woman named Abigail had suffered various abuse as a young lady. Abigail, she said had left home at 18 to avoid abuse from home but unfortunately got into an abusive marriage.
“From the youngest age I was always in an abusive home, “Meyer quoted Abigail. “As soon as she turned 18 she left her parent’s home, hoping to escape the abuse but only found more. “She wrote. “I married the first man that called me pretty. and he was abusive” Meyer quoted.
Joyce Meyer went on to disclose that Abigail turned into a drug addict as a result of the trauma. “Because of the pain, Abigail also struggled with drug addiction and didn’t know how to escape it.” She wrote.
Meyer however, appreciated Hand of Hope’s benefactors who she mention that Abigail had through them gotten to the Freedom Center, “a safe place where women and girls receive the love and support they need to recover and start fresh. “Meyer explained. She noted also that benefactresses learn to trade and life skills in the center.
Consequently, Meyer stated that at the center, Abigail had “learn how to sew, and she helps produce feminine hygiene products that are distributed to girls who need them worldwide, helping them to stay in school and have hope for their future.
Furthermore, Joyce Meyer revealed that Hand of Hope was able to achieve this through their partnership with A21 and Sparrow Society in South Africa.
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